Jaguar Sales Double
Published Date: 3rd Apr 2009
Jaguar XF is responsible for the company's success
Jaguar sales more than doubled in February as the rest of the UK car industry stayed in negative territory. Figures from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders this morning showed that registrations of new cars fell by 22 per cent to 54,359 last month and were 28 per cent down - at 166,446 - over the first two months of 2009.
However, Jaguar shrugged off its financial worries and plant shutdowns to sell 360 cars last month, 108 per cent more than in the same month in 2008. The rise is due to strong demand for the Big Cat’s popular XF mid-range saloon which is built at Castle Bromwich in Birmingham. UK Car Discount have some great discounts on new Jaguar cars.